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Indoor swim spas and hot tubs are definitely very convenient. They allow you a luxurious, comfortable, and invigorating spa experience right from the comfort of your own home. However, they do come with their own challenges. One of them is controlling your indoor environment.
As you heat your swim spa or hot tub, the humidity in your indoor room naturally increases. This can often lead to too much humidity which can cause an unhealthy environment and even lead to mold and mildew infestations.
However, this shouldn’t mean you can’t enjoy your indoor swim spa or hot tub! The solution to this is easy - get a dehumidifier for your indoor environment. A dehumidifier designed for your indoor environment will stabilize your swim spa or hot tub environment and ensure that you can keep using it!
Reasons To Get A Dehumidifier For Your Indoor Swim Spa Or Hot Tub
Prevent Mold and Mildew
You won’t be able to enjoy your indoor spa if the environment is not comfortable. The excessive humidity that is caused by indoor hot tubs and swim spas reduce your air quality. Humidity can also lead to the production of mold or mildew infestations which has the threat of potential health problems. Bacteria and viruses are also known to thrive is warmer climates, leading to the creation of a dangerous environment for you and your family.
Improve Indoor Climate
A dehumidifier will be able to correct the humidity levels in your indoor room and ensure the air is healthy to breathe. It will help to remove any unpleasant odors in the air that can cause potential allergies and an overall uncomfortable environment.
Reduce Energy Costs
Because of the excessive humidity that indoor swim spas and hot tubs create, owners often have to install a ventilation system. This ventilation system brings in fresh outside air to replace the humid and hot air inside. While this system can refresh the air, it is also a huge waste of energy as the air that is brought in has to be heated or cooled down to the right temperature.
This system is especially not effective in climates where the outdoor air already has high humidity levels. A dehumidifier can save you the money that you would spend on such a ventilation system as it recycles air that is already at the right temperature.
Prevent Damage to Interior Enviroment
When the swim spa or hot tub water is heated, it causes huge amounts of water vapor to evaporate. This leads to the presence of a large amount of water vapor in your indoor air. Other than the obvious side effects of humidity, you will also begin to notice standing water on the floor. This can not only create mold on the walls but also lead to interior damage. This damage can also potentially spread to other parts of your house. High amounts of humidity and water vapor can lead to corrosion, leading to damage of furniture and paint.
A dehumidifier effectively corrects the level of humidity in the air, and removes water vapor. Using a dehumidifier can save you money that you would have otherwise spent on repairing any interior damage.
Lower Room Temperature
In order to enhance your indoor spa experience, you will need the right temperature. Specifically in warmer months, a dehumidifier has the potential to make your indoor spa room feel cooler even if the temperature is constant.
If there are high levels of humidity in the environment, they do not allow your body to cool off properly. A dehumidifier, by lowering the humidity level, allows your body to perspire and feel a cooling effect. This will not only make you feel much more comfortable in your indoor swim spa or hot tub, but also save you money that you would have otherwise spent on summer cooling.
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An indoor spa means you get to enjoy the benefits of a hot tub or swim spa right from the comfort of your home. Custom Backyard Spaces sells premiere top of the line swim spas and hot tubs and provides free delivery in the Triangle area.
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